Monday, February 21, 2011

Celine Combet: Vintage note card swap!

I received Celine's delightful envelope a few days ago - but it took me until now to upload her pieces. I've been very busy finishing not one, but 3 lessons on altered books for my week of teaching Artful Pages - 4 artists 4 ways - this new collaborative online course opened yesterday and registration is ongoing. My lessons are now finished!(phew). Everything just needs to be looked over, polished and then sent off to Mary Green who is organizing the workshop -my week of teaching is 2 weeks from now. But today is my birthday, so I think I will leave that last bit of class work until tomorrow! Without further ado, here are the lovely note cards sent from Celine in Biggelswade, UK.

So imaginative with the twill tape going through the envelope.
The vintage Paris image with the balloon is grand!

I adore this postcard image and all the variations I've seen.
The lace fits this perfectly! 

The use of the sheer fabric on this card is great.

a lovely mail art envelope for me -thank you, Celine!!
This was a plain brown envelope Celine collaged with magazine images.

The backs of her cards are lovely! 

There are a few days left for me to receive your Vintage note cards if you are participating in this swap -they are due in my hands by February 26th. A few people had to drop out - they ran out of time . . . but I believe I'm still expecting 9 packages. If you can't make the deadline please let me know, thanks.  Now I am off to discover a Warm Mineral Hot Spring, right here in Florida . . . a gift from my sweet husband for my birthday ; ^ ))
See you later in the week with more beautiful note cards . . .

4 comments:

Joanna said...

Happy Birthday, dear Lenna!! Wishing you fun and much love on your special day.

EAT CAKE!

xxxx

ColourFly said...

Happy Birthday to you! Hope you had a perfect day!!!!
Sabine

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

Me too ... singing the birthday song. Hope you had a great one.

Nancy said...

Lovely cards! Enjoy your day at the springs... most of Florida's springs are icy cold. This sounds wonderful. Happy birthday.

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